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, pop warner football for ethan. cheering practice for hannah. a road trip for the dog and mom christina to jim's house. he had been asking the andersons to visit for some time. >> they were getting together for some type of family gathering. >> reporter: bill gore is san diego county sheriff. >> he led people to believe he was going to be losing his house and this would be a farewell party at his house. >> reporter: for hannah and ethan, the cabin had always been lots of fun. brett anderson is their father and christina's husband. >> the kids and myself in san diego would go up there and stay the night and we would ride a go cart or do whatever, you know? be like camping out because of his cabin. >> reporter: the man they called uncle jim, one of brett's best friends had known the kids since they were born. >> jim was a very good friend of the family. >> reporter: jennifer willis and christina grew up like sisters. jen and tysona part of a big and boisterous extended family. >> he spent time with us and we loved him. he was fun. he was a great guy. tina was a good friend to him. he had
the ceremony was over, i had a chance to sit down with her grandma, sarah brit, mother of christina, who passed away, and also sarah's brother, hannah's uncle, david braun. and they wanted to paint for us just how much this meant for the family. keep in mind, it's been three weeks now since they first lost their family members to when they were actually able to say goodbye. take a listen. >> we've had to put our grief aside for this day. and it was very uplifting, and my daughter would have just thoroughly loved it. >> as you know, ethan was so handsome. full of spirit. loved football. she was a devoted mother, and a wonderful person to have in our family. >> the prayers that went out from far and wide, i mean, there's a mega church in tampa that roy wilcox called me, and he says, you've got a lot of prayers with you on this. and they were answered. with her becoming safe out of this whole tragedy. because i think we all kind of foregone the conclusion, because this was the anniversary date of something his father did. >> but we never gave up. >> no. absolutely not. >> practically raised her, s
to not answer it and something told me to pick up the phone. >> christina's mother was on the phone. >> you could just hear the sirens and she just kept saying, you have to come here. they broke into the house and he's dead. they killed him. >> he was joseph more wry see who had been married to christina's mother kay for four years. their home was now a crime scene. >> there was so much chaos going on. the roads were blocked off and the sirens and you could spell the smoke and i just remember running down the street and the police officers were trying to stop me and i just kept going and she was just standing there in the middle of the street and she just looked so small and so hurt. and i just ran up and gave her a big hug and she was covered in blood and she just kept saying, he's dead. he's gone. she said, why would they do that? he's gone. >> when i arrived at this house, it was about 1:30 in the morning. >> detective brian kendell quickly learned the key facts. joe morrisey had been brutally stabbed in his home while his wife kay and young son escaped. the detectives spoke briefly with
. chris lawrence. >>> today, a community is remembering christina and ethan anderson. they're the mother and brother of hannah anderson. police say a family friend kidnapped hannah anderson after killing christina and ethan. we'll show you how that community is saying good-bye. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. glass on floors. daily chores. for the little mishaps you feel use neosporin to help you heal. it kills germs so you heal four days faster. neosporin. use with band-aid brand bandages. see, i knew testosterone could affect sex drive, but not energy or even my mood. that's when i talked with my doctor. he gave me some blood tests... showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number. [ male announcer ] today, men with low t have androgel 1.62% testosterone gel. the #1 prescribed topical testosterone replacement therapy increases testosterone when used daily. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and call your doctor if you see unexpected signs of ear
thousand three, one thousand four... - [christina]: today, on mystery hunters... - we're tapping into the spirit world using psychics... - ...and science. i investigate a machine that lets you talk to ghosts. - they're all around us. - could this be thomas edison's greatest invention? steve, this place is much creepier at night. since he's dead, we'll have to take it to the cemetery to ask him. did you just hear thomas? - yeah. [ steve laughing ] - and i meet a psychic who works for the police. can she really see who committed a crime just by using her mental powers? to find out the truth... i go to her school for psychics. - now it's your turn to discover how psychic you are. - and doubting dave shows you a high-tech way... - ...to see ghosts in your tv. - ok, ghosts, let's get this party started. - this is mystery hunters! girl: don't look at me. second girl: your hair's a bit frizzy today. aw! ha ha! you should pick that up. [girls laugh] oh, you're such a dork. loser. here. let me help you with that. oops! ha ha! announcer: every day, kids witness bullying. oh, look! your cru
that christina alluded to in her presentation, people started calling 311 more. so, we had a 10% increase in water quality concerns and that again became another vehicle to talk to people about where their water came from to test to make sure the water was safe and assure them that, you know, in fact it was safe to drink. we also do tours of our water system. so, community residents and organization has an opportunity to go up to hetch hetchy to see the water system at work. supervisor cohen has been a big supporter of the youth internship program we do in the summer for around the sewer system. so, actually right now we have a number of young people from the bayview hunters point who participated this summer at hetch hetchy right now. so, it was a great end to their summer. and then our communications team [speaker not understood] regional event from, you know, sunday streets, chinese new year, pride, the [speaker not understood] where they're offering free drinking water to folks at that festival, wherever we can, and also handing out water bottles and letting people know where their wa
. >> madam chairman, can i ask christina a question? i know that over the years when sodases and sugar-sweetened drinks were challenged by community groups and health officials, more people resorted to bottled water and then several years after, when the u.s. conference of mayors and corporate accountability international and some environmental and health groups really challenged the bottled water companies, it led to more restrictions, i think mayor newsome and your office was really successful in the bottled water bans in different places. but i know you just mentioned that there's a challenge or a contradiction that if we ban water bottles without providing more access to tap water, it might lead us back to people drinking the sugar sweetened drinks. and i'm just wondering if you have ideas how we as a city could increase access to tap water and challenge the fears people have of drinking tap water as well. >> well, i'm sure our colleagues at the puc have thoughts on that as well, but i do think making the bottled -- refilling stations for bottles more widely accessible. i love the
the program off by introducing my colleague, christina palone, the new director for the mayor's office for neighborhoods. christina palone. (applause) >> good evening, everyone. i'm happy to be a part of such a great ebit that celebrates the contributions made by residents and organizations throughout the city to make san francisco one of the greatest places to live. the mayor's office of neighborhood services also known as mons focuses on neighborhood outreach and engagement. it is an honor to be here with community leaders who are dedicated to the same principles and are positively changing our communities. the effect that one person can have in a community is truly inspiring. and it's that inspiration that drives each one of us to go out there and be a part of something bigger. i congratulate every award winner here tonight and let's not forget that every person here has the power to make a difference. i want to especially thank daniel and his team for being such instrumental leaders here in city hall on behalf of all communities and neighborhoods in san francisco. with that said, w
here to present on it? okay, thank you. >> good morning, supervisors. my name is christina [speaker not understood], public health department. and [inaudible]. so, i want to thank you for hearing this item on water and water consumption. i think supervisor mar may join us any moment to give a little bit of context, but i will start with my presentation. so, i'm sharing with you our [speaker not understood], maybe we can call him [speaker not understood] sam that comes into the sutro valley every so often. i'm here to talk about the intersection between health and water consumption. here is supervisor mar. >> supervisor mar, welcome. we're just starting this item. i don't know if you want to set the context for the presentation, staff presentation. >> thank you. thanks to the department of public health for their great work on reducing obesity in our communities, promoting shape up s.f. and healthy life styles in our communities as well. i wanted to say that several months ago we called a hearing on our city's tap water outreach program and the expansion -- efforts to expand our outd
a long-time family friend, named jim dimaggio, kill hannah anderson's mother christina and brother ethan. what led dimaggio, as authorities believe, to leave behind timers that would set his california desert cabin ablaze with the two murder victims inside? and a question just as mysterious, and far more delicate for members of hannah anderson's own family, why did dimaggio allow hannah to survive? and in fact, kidnap her on a 1,000 mile journey to idaho? >> there's some thinking along that line that maybe this man was terribly infatuated or more with hannah. and it looks like it was very premeditated in my view. >> reporter: in fact, there is more evidence dimaggio may have been infatuated with a 16-year-old girl, who grew up calling him uncle jim. hannah anderson's friend, marisa chavez, recalled a car ride with uncle jim and an awkward admission. >> he said don't think i'm weird or creepy uncle jim, he just said if i were your age, i would date you. >> i consider myself a survivor instead. >> her brief comments on the "today" show confirm what little police have said. hannah anderson
at the very start of this interview how terribly sorry i am about the awful loss of christina and your little eno h nephew, as well. christopher, you're on the phone. you're the grandfather in this. you're hanna's ground father. you were christina's father obviously and you suffered this loss. how are you coping as a family? >> well, it's very hard. i don't feel it's really sunk in yet until maybe after the funeral. it just seems like a bad dream, but it's hitting, but gradually more and more everyhard. >> you've spoken christopher, with hanna and i believe brett her father this week. how are they coping you think after this appalling ordeal? >> well, hanna is trying to be strong because that's what she could do for her mother and that's the way her mother kind of raised her to be strong like she was. so they are coping the best they can, even though they are in pain, you know, she's doing these interviews because she has to release. she's a 16-year-old child. >> let's take a listen to what hanna had to say about her mother christina and brother ethan on the today show. >> he had a really bi
. the victim in that structure has been identified as christina anderson. >> christina anderson lived in a community called lakeside less than an hour's drive from boulevard. she was raising her two children, hannah, a teenager and her little brother ethan, a woman admired by her friend. >> loving, involved, nurturing. >> there wasn't a day that went by that it wasn't for the kids. >> christina was 44 years old, separated for the last few months from her husband brett. >> christina was a great mother, she really was and she was a good wife. >> brett and jim dimaggio went way back together, 15 years as best of friend. he was like a second dad to the anderson kids. but now christina's body was found near the smoldering char of the friend's ruined cabin. it was appent she hadn't died in an accident. the dog was nearby shot o death. >> there was premeditation, technology involved in starting the fire. >>> arson, not to commit murder but to cover it up. >> there appears to be a crowbar found next to the mother. next to christina's body. can you confirm that? >> yeah, i can confirm that and
your local forecast in the next 30 seconds. ♪ ♪ >>> good wednesday morning. i'm christina loren. íç flight delays and 1:20 due to low clouds and drizzle. temperatures unseasonably cool. 78 degrees in 4livermore. 72 at room temperature in san jose for the 7th day of august. we hold on to unseasonably cool conditions for the next couple of days warming back up monday into tuesday. have a fantastic day. >>> and that's your latest weather, matt. >> al, thank you very much. tonight's powerball drawing has a lot of americans dreaming big. the jackpot is now up to $425 million. that's the third largest in the lottery's history. katie has more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. the odds are good. it's only 1 in 175 million. but it's $2 a pop. it's worth it, especially if you're thinking what i'm thinking. it's that time again. so run, don't walk to your corner store because you might just hit the jackpot. >> don't usually buy them but when the jackpot gets pretty big, then we play. >> are you going to be the one that wins tomorrow? >> are you kidding? >> so that's a yes?
jim dimaggio kill hanna anderson's mother christina a and-year-old brother ethan. what led dimaggio, as though forties believe, to leave behind timers that would set his californ california dessert cabin ablaze and a question for more delicate for members of hanna anderson's own family, why did dimaggio allow hanna to survive and in fact, kidnap her on a 1,000 mile journey to idaho. >> maybe this man was terribly infatuated or more with hanna, and it looks like it was very premedicated in my view. >> reporter: in fact, there is more evidence dimaggio may have been infatuated with a 16-year-old girl who grew up calling him uncle jim. hanna anderson's friend marissa chavez recalled a car ride with uncle jim and an awkward admission. >> he said don't think i'm weird or creepy uncle jim, i just want you to know if you were my age, i would date you. >> in the beginning, i was a victim but now knowing everyone out there is helping me, i consider myself a survivor, instead. >> reporter: hanna anderson's brief comments on the nbc today show confirm what little police have said. hanna
have seen these three people. james dimaggio killed christina anderson and kidnapped her 16-year-old daughter hannah and 8 year old son ethan. christina's body was found inside dimaggio's burning house last night. the body of the child was also found in the burned out home. they are not sure if it's one of the missing children. dimaggio reportedly had a close platonic relationship with the children's mother. >>> this is the california license plate police want you to look for. 6 wcu 986. believed to be driving a blue 2013 nissan versa. and authorities say he could be headed for texas or canada. people across california were startled last night by smart phones ringing and buzzing with the state's first amber alert via alert message. cate caugurian explains how the alerts work and why the nuisance may save a life. >> reporter: just before 11:00 last night, residents all across california were startled by an unfamiliar sound. the first statewide amber alert sent via text alert to cell phones. it's part of the wireless emergency alert program put in place at the beginning of this yea
friends? i have like four. >> ñ1089. you ha you have more than that. meteorologist christina loren, what is going on? >> heard from lawrence's microphone out there on the water, america's cup, winds playing more a factor today. vividly see the ripples choppy on the bay. what i can tell you, if you're going to be heading out there, chilly in san francisco, 62. with that seabreeze, down the have to head to san francisco, here on nbc bay area, all the action starts, like we said, at 1:00, here's what's happening, low pressure has moved inland, quite a bit of wrap-around moisture with it, see that drizzle for today. take you through your hour by hour changes, start the clock at 3 p.m., looking for sunshine, especially right at the immediate coast, that is your time to get outdoors. that fog rolls right back in at 6 p.m. look at this, something a lot of people will not be expecting for the eighth day of august. showers on the radar, we stopped that clock for you at 6 a.m., meet back here tomorrow morning, going to be tracking very light rainfall, most of this will be drizzle. yeah, you could
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a public memorial service. >> the bodies of christina and ethan were found in the burned-out house of kidnap and murder suspect james dimaggio. >> dimaggio is expected of killing them before a massive manhunt that ended in their deaths and the survival of hannah. >> this is the survival church for the maternal grandparents of hannah anderson. they're expected hundreds could show up to remember christina and ethan. it's been three weeks since they were found in that burned-out house a few miles away from here in a remote area called boulevard, california. since that time, hannah was gone for six days along with her alleged kidnapper, james dimaggio, who is now deceased as well. this is something the family has looked forward to coming to so they can focus on remembering christina and ethan the way they should be. they said there's been too much kbatsz as far as the family is concerned on remembering the bad things that happened. they want to remember the good that christina and ethan have brought to the world. >> there have been a number of revelations in the past few days, includin
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